International Art Collaborations Network

International Art Collaborations Network

3D exhibitions

  • International Art Collaborations Network


    25 Mar 2021 – 25 Mar 2022

    Annual INTAC Exhibition It is safe to say that the realities of living through a global pandemic have had a universal effect, shifting our daily lives along with our perspectives. Throughout history, pandemics, plagues and other global crises have not managed to cease the creation of art: rather, they have allowed for an agitation of sorts; a re-evaluation and activation of its intentions. The theme for this year’s INTAC 2020-21 year addresses our global realities and revolves around the possibilities that art/artists can use their voices, both big and small, to activate change and agitate the status quo. Activate|Agitate could be approached through personal narrative, political questionings, social reflections, to name a few. It could be used to bring joy in a time of uncertainty, bring pause by rendering hardship visible, or could unite by bringing voices together.

  • International Art Collaborations Network

    Stay Creative Stay Alive

    07 Aug 2020 – 30 Sep 2020

    Nobody was prepared for the events of 2020. The decade began normally enough, but within months the world was plunged into economic and health crises, as normal life ground to a halt. In June 2020, the Future Art collective, a group of artists based in Berlin, challenged artists around the world to create and submit work rooted in this moment. They answered the call, and thus, this exhibition was made possible through the collaboration of a diverse group of international artists, with submissions coming in from Canada, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, and the United States. Curation was handled by Julia Oram, Shir Zilber, Carmel Alabassi, and Jordan Murphy, with special thanks to Walter Bergmoser and Peter Sramek. In the works, the viewer is presented with the complexities of life as we now know it. In photographs, illustrations, and video familiar spaces become alien and hostile, daily routine is transformed, and visions of the future leap forward. Some works speak to our relationship with technology and the impact it has on contemporary society. Others reflect the emotions of the artist: their sense of isolation, their sense of loss, their sense of the Earth shifting underneath them. Amongst these, there is positivity too: works that envision alternative ways of relating to one another, to technology, to our environments, and to our identities. All ground themselves in this moment, and look towards an uncertain future. It is through this grounding, through this connection to the moment, that we can re-conceptualize our very notions of reality. It is through this process that we stay alive.

    latest works

    • INTAC

      Partner Universities
    • Forbes Sang

      PAIR, 2021
      100 x 100 x 6 inch (h x w x d)
    • Phuong Hoang

      A Beautiful Mind, 2021
    • Phuong Hoang

      Inner Worlds, 2021
    • Phuong Hoang

      A Flower On The Volcano, 2020
    • Paula Watanabe

      Water Skin, 2021
    • Youhyeon Lee

      Waving Screen, 2021
      38.7 x 70 inch (h x w)
    • Mia huu

      Connecting to self, 2021
    • Maddison Calvert-Tarlo

      waldeinsamkeit, 2021
      25.7 x 40 inch (h x w)
    • Bo Vanderstarren

      Through the Light, 2021
      19.9 x 30 inch (h x w)
    • Camille Paget

      Ephemeral; family , 2021
      48 x 12 inch (h x w)
    • Fabio/Mamu/Yu-Hsuan/Luis/Brandon

      The Big Five, 2021
    • Appea, 2021
      3D Modelling
    • Goolea, 2021
      3D Modelling
    • Show Poster
    • Different Place, Same Sky Statement
    • Return to Nature Statement
    • Soul Reminiscence Statement
    • Stories Statement
    • The Big Five Statement
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